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39/60 CFAT

paalerik

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So I asked for infantry because that’s what my recruiter suggested. As the title suggests, I scored 39/60 on the CFAT and wondered what other trades were open for me? I’m thinking cook or priest? Since I like food and philosophy…

What else should I consider?
 

AmmoTech90

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So I asked for infantry because that’s what my recruiter suggested. As the title suggests, I scored 39/60 on the CFAT and wondered what other trades were open for me? I’m thinking cook or priest? Since I like food and philosophy…

What else should I consider?
Chaplain (not priest) needs a Master's degree, acceptance by a church (or equivalent), and at least two years of pastoral experience. So you are looking at 8 years of school and work plus however long your church needs for your personal discernment, that can be up to four years with no guarantee of acceptance at the end of it.
 

paalerik

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Ahhh ok. What might possible to do with the score I got do you think? The recruiter didn’t show me his list…
 

stoker dave

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If you are even thinking of being a cook, I suggest you get a job right now working in the kitchen of a large restaurant. See if in six months you still want to be a cook.
 

paalerik

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Was a barista, busboy, bouncer, call centre agent, localization tester in video games, translator, interpreter, tutor, security guard, alcohol regulation inspector, fishmonger, gas station clerk, sales assistant, personal assistant, urban farmer, etc… Never tried cooking before!
 

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If you are even thinking of being a cook, I suggest you get a job right now working in the kitchen of a large restaurant. See if in six months you still want to be a cook.
Cooks are underrated. Huge amounts of respect to cooks. Don't care if the meal didn't taste good, I will always thank the cook for preparing it.
 
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